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    Paul White
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    If you’re going to use a phone case that enables you to read and use the phone in sunlight, then get one the leaves the screen uncovered (by sealing around the edge of the screen) such as the Lifeproof Nuud or Dog&Bone Wetsuit. This reduces the reflections from the cover.

    Also the new iPhone 6 (and 6+) have an improved polarizer so that when the phone is displayed horizontally you can read it wearing polarized sunglasses.

     

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      Paul White
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      Catalyst Waterproof Phone Case
      If you want to avoid drowning your phone and take decent photos, get the Catalyst Waterproof Case.
      It has an optical glass lens cover (unlike Lifeproof which now has a plastic lens cover which soon becomes opaque) and it is tested for immersion to 10m so you can fully submerge your device in water or cleaning solution without damaging the surface or getting moisture into any of the ports. Drop-proof to 2m and made of scratch-proof polycarbonate, it allows full functionality of the screen, buttons, and cameras and provides unobstructed access to the charging port. Available from Aquagear from AU$95.99 (or US$89.00 from Amazon) for Apple, Google and Samsung phones & tablets.

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